Glazed Apples and Sausage

Glazed Apples and Sausage

"Jennie Wible dresses up hearty pork sausage links with slices tart apples, chopped onion and brown sugar to make this morning mainstay. She fixes the full-flavored side dish when hosting brunch at her Hamilton Square, New Jersey home."
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25 m servings
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  1. Cook the sausage according to package directions. Meanwhile, in a large saucepan, combine the apples, onion, water and brown sugar. Cook over medium heat for 5-8 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add the sausage; heat through.

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I layered the ingredients for this in a 9x13 baking dish for about an hour. I did sprinkle a tbsp. of lemon juice with the apples before adding it to the rest of the ingredients. I also used eig...

I make this recipe directly from the Taste of Home magazine I have it from. We like to precook our onions with the sausage, then separate the sausages out and continue cooking the onions some mo...

pretty good, all i did is add a little more brown sugar.

I made this for 375 women this weekend for our ladies Christmas Tea. This was so good and I've gotten rave reviews. I did reduce the amount of onion to about 1/2 and found it a little too soup...

This recipe is great! My whole family loved it. However I made it for dinner and canged the preparation just a little. First i cooked the sausage. Then, took them out and cooked the onions in th...

Delicious! My husband at first thought that mixing apples and onions was weird, but he's requested it multiple times.

This was really good. I used bulk sausage instead of link sausage and it was fine.

I made this for a beer breakfast in the spring. If the reaction of the guests and the empty casserole dish is any indication this recipe is a winner just as it is written. I am making it again ...

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